On Wednesday, Steven Spinola, the president of the Real Estate Board of New York, was sorting out some of the final details before the organization’s annual banquet tonight, the event of the real estate world. (Some have also taken to calling it the “liars’ ball” for all the tall tales real estate types regale each other with at the formal affair.)
“I’m working on who is sitting next to who on the dais, and that gives me the most headaches,” Mr. Spinola said.
One thing that’s not giving him headaches, despite the economic doldrums:
“We’re setting up for 2,300 people, which is amazing in this market, and the room can’t handle more than 2,400,” said a pleasantly surprised Mr. read more »